With half a million tourists every year, Fiji is quickly becoming the most friendly and attractive places to visit in pacific region. It offers a wide variety of activities for families and adrenaline junkies, and eco tourists alike.
With myriad greens in the landscapes, yellows and chartreuse mingling as palm trees rustle in the breeze and bright oranges of ripe mangos and papayas, Fiji flaunts all the feel- good colors. White waterfalls in Fiji tumble into black lava rock pools for some calming notes. Everywhere you turn, there’s something colorful to make tourists smile.
Fiji is an island nation which is an archipelago of 300 and above picturesque islands. Most of the islands in Fiji are inhabited, and have evolved due to volcanic eruptions. Viti Levu and Vanua Levu are the two major islands of Fiji, where most of the Fiji’s population stay.
Fiji’s islands are self-governing, and approximately 9% of the lands in Fiji are freehold (available for purchase). It is the only country in whole South Pacific which offers foreign ownership of lands. But foreigners must know about the Fiji land rules before planning to buy a property in Fiji, as most of the land rules are written in the favor of Fijian people.
There are three types of lands in Fiji they are, Fiji freehold lands, Crown lands and Native lands. Crown land and Native lands are those lands which can be leased but can’t be owned. Freehold lands are only those lands in Fiji which can be bought and sold freely in most areas of Fiji.
Fiji also offers some affordable and cheap land prices to foreigners. Beautiful sceneries of Fiji make this place a plum for foreign private Individuals and entrepreneurs. Therefore, they are happy to invest in Fiji land sales and Villas, turning them into luxury resorts or homes for family holidays. So if you too wish to buy such luxury properties in Fiji, you can contact our staff members.